One of the largest healthcare organizations in the United States has been successfully monitoring employee productivity for over two years. The main objective of the monitoring is to minimize computer usage like social networking websites and increase productivity.
A significant financial effort in large companies
Large companies with thousands of employees are often faced with the situation that employees spend time on irrelevant tasks that ultimately cost the company money. Overall, the company seems to be doing well, but it has also experienced some shortcomings. If every employee is spending at least 30 minutes of their work time on personal matters rather than work-related issues, it may seem trivial, but it can cost the company a considerable amount of money over time. Employee tracking software can solve this problem by recording non-work-related activities and the time spent on them.
The EMS solution successfully helped this large healthcare organization. After implementing an employee monitor system, it was found that approximately 5% of all employees were spending time on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+). One of the most used weekly reports is the top five Facebook users’ reports. These reports are available weekly to all employees and have significantly increased productivity levels.
Money has been saved
The report revealed that nearly 5% of workers spend time on social networking websites (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+). In a company this large, 5% is the equivalent of 250 salaries, which means 250 salaries were wasted. The company decided to provide all employees with weekly tracking reports so they could see and improve their productivity levels. In addition, the company was able to save money.
Sarah Noah Liam is a 28-year-old Software Management person who enjoys programming, ems software, and employee website monitoring. She has a post-graduate degree in Computer science. She was raised in a happy family home with two loving parents.